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Eleanor Crook

Eleanor specialises in Waxwork and Anatomical Sculpture and teaches on the Ruskin's short courses.

Eleanor is artist in residence at the Gordon Museum of Pathology at Guy's Hospital, a member of the Medical Artists' Association, runs a course in Anatomy drawing at the Royal College of Art and one at Camberwell School of Art, and lectures on the M. A. Art & Science course at Central St Martins School of Art and the Forensic and Medical Art Msc at Dundee University. She appears at regular public workshops for the Clod Ensemble and the Vrolik Museum in Amsterdam.

She teaches anatomy, forensic and anatomical sculpture intensively at the summer school courses in Oxford at the Ruskin School of Art in collaboration with Sarah Simblet and in 2017 established a new course, The Archaeology of the Self. .